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Children 14 or Under Need Fewer H.P.V. Vaccine Doses

11-to 14-year-olds need only two doses, not the previously recommended three, to prevent cancers caused by the human papillomavirus.

Children 14 or Under Need Fewer HPV Vaccine Doses

11-to 14-year-olds need only two doses, not the previously recommended three, to prevent cancers caused by the human papillomavirus.

Children 14 or Under Need Fewer HPV Vaccine Doses

11-to 14-year-olds need only two doses, not the previously recommended three, to prevent cancers caused by the human papillomavirus.
Global Health: Unicef Cuts Cost of Vaccine That Protects Against 5 Diseases

Global Health: Unicef Cuts Cost of Vaccine That Protects Against 5 Diseases

A child receiving a vaccine against several five diseases in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 2013.

Haiti Opens a Drive to Vaccinate 820,000 as Cholera Flares

The country, hit hard by Hurricane Matthew last month, has had as many as 3,500 new cases of the disease since the storm’s passage.

Despite Vaccination Efforts Measles Kills 350 Children a Day, Report Says

A study by Unicef, the World Health Organization and other health agencies suggests that vaccines saved 20.3 million young lives between 2000 and 2015, but that there are still problem areas.

Despite Vaccination Efforts Measles Kills 350 Children a Day, Report Says

A study by Unicef, the World Health Organization and other health agencies suggests that vaccines saved 20.3 million young lives between 2000 and 2015, but that there are still problem areas.
Trying to Bring Home Hope From Cuba in the Form of a Cancer Vaccine

Trying to Bring Home Hope From Cuba in the Form of a Cancer Vaccine

Zuby Malik, in a family-supplied photograph, in front of La Pradera hospital in Havana. Ms. Malik, 78, has lung cancer.
A Souvenir Smuggled Home From Cuba: A Cancer Vaccine

A Souvenir Smuggled Home From Cuba: A Cancer Vaccine

Zuby Malik, in a family-supplied photograph, in front of La Pradera hospital in Havana. Ms. Malik, 78, has lung cancer.
The Race for a Zika Vaccine

The Race for a Zika Vaccine

A vaccine for Zika, a disease that is linked to severe birth defects, is being developed by the National Institutes of Health and tested at the University of Maryland.
The Race for a Zika Vaccine

The Race for a Zika Vaccine

A vaccine for Zika, a disease that is linked to severe birth defects, is being developed by the National Institutes of Health and tested at the University of Maryland.
The Race for a Zika Vaccine

The Race for a Zika Vaccine

A vaccine for Zika, a disease that is linked to severe birth defects, is being developed by the National Institutes of Health and tested at the University of Maryland.
The New Old Age: Older Adults Are Still Skipping Vaccinations
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.

‘Could You Patent the Sun?’

Decades after Dr. Jonas Salk opposed patenting the polio vaccine, the pharmaceutical industry has changed. What does that mean for the development of innovative drugs and for people whose lives depend
The Checkup: Why Doctors Still Worry About Measles

The Checkup: Why Doctors Still Worry About Measles

In this 1973 archive photo, doctors inoculate children to reduce the outbreak of measles in Passaic County, N.J.
New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

Health workers in November 2015 with Mibemba Soumah, infected by Ebola, at a treatment center in Conakry, Guinea.